Parasites are an extremely common and persistent ailment in countries around the globe. Like all other biological creatures, parasites are strong survivors, capable of adapting new defenses against synthetic drugs designed to kill them, and in some cases actually becoming stronger as they do so. Many drugs currently used to treat parasites are losing effectiveness against new parasitic strains. However, there are natural remedies that have been successfully used for centuries, cause few if any side effects, and are still effective against parasites.
The formulation of AP-Mg contains standardized Indian herbal extracts which have been shown to help with gastrointestinal conditions in general, and parasites in particular. Natural anti-parasitic agents include bael fruit, chinaberry, bitter melon, basil leaves, longpepper, hydrastis root, and magnesium malate. Together, these form a powerful arsenal against parasistic infection.
Bael fruit, or bilva, is an herb that fights parasites, increases digestive activity, and enhances appetite. It is often used to relieve chronic diarrhea and dysentery.
Chinaberry, or neem, is an herb native to India. A substantial body of research confirms the ancient Ayurvedic uses of Chinaberry as an antibacterial, antiviral, antiprotozoal, antinematodal, antimalarial and antifungal agent. This herb has traditionally been used to fight parasites, baceria and viruses. It has also been employed as a dentifrice, anticoagulant, blood purifier, and as a treatment for jaundice, ulcers, eczema, boils and other skin disorders.
Bitter Melon has traditionally been used to treat parasites, worms, digestive disorders and skin diseases.
Basil leaves have wide ranging healing properties. In fact, basil has been revered for thousands of years as a remedy for numerous ailments. It is often used to rejuvenate the body and is employed as an antiviral, antibacterial, angifungal and antiparasitic agent. Research has also discovered anti-inflammatory, antipyretic, dumulcent, diaphoteric, expectorant and cardiatonic properties.
This powerful herb, a staple of Ayurvedic medicine, has shown excellent antiparasitic activity in clinical and laboratory research as well as practice. It stimulates the liver, spleen and lymphatic system and helps cleanse the blood. It aids circulation, digestion and immunity, and has been found to increase secretory IgA, an essential component for a strong immune system.
This popular plant has been used by many cultures around the world, primarily as a antibacterial and antiparasitic agent.
Magnesium malate acts as a mile laxative and offers nutritional support for the gastrointestinal system.
One 500 mg. capsule two to three times daily, or as directed by your health practitioner.